The five suspected terrorists arrested in Buffalo were all born in the U.S., and trained in Al Qaeda camps to use weapons of destruction and suicide tactics to kill fellow countrymen, federal officials said.
We'll get the latest on the arrest and the implications for the war on terror from James Dunnigan.
President Bush has challenged the United Nations to take action against Iraq or risk irrelevance. Will the return of weapons inspectors to Iraq appease the president? David Kay, former chief weapons inspector, weighs in.
Will the administration's policy of preemption -- combating threats before they fully materialize - bring security for the United States? We'll ask Gary Bauer, president of American Values.
We'll recap Sunday night's season premier of The Sopranos with Lisa Bernhard, deputy editor of TV Guide. Will this be the best and final season?
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